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Welcome to Valley View, a neighborhood of 22 homesites off Andrews Store Road in Chatham County.

Just 15 minutes south of Chapel Hill, the community features wooded homesites sized from just under an acre to over two acres, and desirably low Chatham County taxes. Fourteen acres of pastoral community open space include a small pond and creek. Although private and secluded, Valley View is moments to shopping and restaurants on 15-501 and the center of Chapel Hill.

With homes priced from the $300s to the $500s+, Cimarron’s single family homes at Valley View consist of ranch, one and one-half, and two story plans of 2,000 to 5,000 square feet and larger.

On large, gorgeously wooded homesites, Cimarron homes at Valley View are detailed with custom features, such as:

  • One level living
  • Large chef’s kitchens with massive islands
  • Walk-in pantries
  • First floor master suites
  • Dual master suites
  • Oversized showers
  • Sunrooms
  • Home offices
  • Walk-in storage areas
  • Basements
  • Sealed crawl spaces
  • Exceptional green and energy efficient building products and processes, with third party certification on all homes
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Floorplans

Kinston

  • 2075/2475 sq.ft.
  • Beds: 3 + Opt. Bonus Room
  • Baths: 2
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Stonehurst

  • 3350/3477 sq.ft.
  • Beds: 5 + Opt. Bonus Room
  • Baths: 3.5
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Sunbury

  • 3218/3489 sq.ft.
  • Beds: 4 + Opt. Bonus Room
  • Baths: 2.5
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Cimarron Homes is forward-thinking with modernized technology from the cost-effective toilets to the construction of green resources. As a 47 year old single parent, I was able to finally afford my Home Sweet Home in this luxurious yet family-oriented environment. With Glennstone, you get a little bit of country, yet close to shopping amenities near the interstate; it’s just a hop, skip, and a jump away from work, play, and leisure activities.

— Lori Evanochick